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Old September 26th, 2008, 11:23 AM   #31
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my touring bags on homemade bracket

I was determined to fatten her up for the trip! 1200 miles on stocker seat.. not bad, but sargent would be nice. Tracbars saved me though and a butt buffer. false neutral after 5th is a pain, no matter how positive you shift, it happens from time to time.
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Old January 17th, 2009, 01:39 PM   #32
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1098 luggage for long haul

custom made. solid. works great. removeable, easy to make. suspended away from fairing on all sides by 1/2 inch. keeps soft bags straight and neat looking. does not flap. 1/2 tinted lexan, braced with custom brackets off muffler hanger bolts. questions can email me at [email protected]
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Old March 10th, 2010, 12:54 PM   #33
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Using this thread as an inspiration, here's what I ended up with. I'm quite happy with the results.

I ordered the new Givi E300B White topcase from my local dealer.
I then bought a used pillion seat online, removed the padding, and mounted the Givi base plate to it as shown in this thread. When test fitting, I noticed that while not touching, the base plate came very close to the bodywork, so I decided to cut a sheet of 1/4" plastic down to size using the pillion seat as a template in order to have the baseplate sit a little further away from the bodywork.

I use my bike almost exclusively in the summer months. This topcase will come in handy for running errands, groceries, and those long trips.











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Old March 10th, 2010, 08:11 PM   #34
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Touring? I am sure most can afford a second comfortable bike like a BMW.
don't do that to the Ducati pretty please!
Agreed. This is what you take on long trips. Sorry, panniers are off and stored in the garage when I took this pic.
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Old April 1st, 2010, 01:47 PM   #35
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I have 2 Ducs, 3 Gixxers and one Yamaha. I tour on the 848. It's a ton of fun. Saddle bags and a middle bag and I'm good for a week or more. I tend to scout out nice places to ride, stay some where for a couple of days to ride all the roads I've previously chosen and carry my solo cowl with me so I can ditch all the bags and go have some fun.
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Hey guys, I have a quick question for all you who may know the answer.

I see that "Humpo" has 2 luggage tanks on the side of the bike.

http://www.ducati1098.net/forums/att...1&d=1217931856

http://www.ducati1098.net/forums/att...1&d=1218031512

And wonder, where do you purchase these fuel tanks? I want to be able to do long touring runs but, sometimes fuel range can be a problem as its harder to find gas stations late night when you're in the middle of no where. Any help on this setup would be great.
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The ventura works ok but you can only have the bag facing to the rear not both ways like the older models. Also its not water proof. I have the Givi top box on mine. I had to make a bracket to fit it but works well, but it just looks like a bbq.
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Yer i do a lot of touring and was sick of getting my gear wet all the time, even with the storm cover on the vetura. I have upgraded to a 45L top box now its i bit wider.
I like this idea
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Old September 4th, 2010, 02:06 PM   #45
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Pictures of luggage on The Italian Superbike made me think of this...

I will not attach luggage on my 1098 S, but I understand that people want to ride their bike where they want to go..

The little Ducati Performance tailbag looks nice, but will hardly do for the long journeys...
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